“Sure,” she whispered. “Look, you don’t wanna waste your evening messing with that character laying in the street. He’s some kinda bum. You look like you could use you some fun.” She stepped around the white mountain of smock, which was wheezing and snorting volcanically. 88 more words
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So today I got a package from Sephora.
Cue Snoopy Dance.
This has been the first time I’ve ordered anything from The Beauty Authority in like a year. 879 more words
Short Translation of an Extract from Nicholas Trevet's Commentary on Boethius De Consolatione Philosophiae
Nicholas Trevet, born to a knightly family in 1258 and a student of the arts at both Oxford and Paris University at the turn of the fourteenth century, was in the words of Beryl Smalley “a true polymath, being theologian, biblicist, hebraist, historian and classicist.” Trevet travelled widely throughout England, France and Italy in his lifetime and his work was esteemed both in the English Order of Preachers and, through his connection to the Cardinal Nicholas of Prato, at the Papal Court in Avignon the library of which contained a number of his books. 1,844 more words
Once a person, somehow in normal conversation, finds out I have a Master’s degree in English, one or both of two things happens: 1. The question of why I’m not using my degree currently (I taught college English part-time for 6 years and kinda need to live on more than table scraps) & 2. 496 more words